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As for Skyler, well Walter Jr. won't catch that generous windfall from the Schwartzes for another year or so, so she probably stared out her window smoking cigarettes for several lonely months. In an ironic twist, let's assume she got lung cancer and then BAM! She started cooking meth with Jesse because WHY NOT? , coming to AMC in 2015. In all seriousness, sheesh, I hope Walter Jr. accepts that money and they live out their lives as best they can. First step, move the hell out of Albuquerque and all the horrible memories. I hear Belize is nice this time of year!

I’ll start from the beginning. We meet Walter White, a chemistry teacher who is madly in love with two things: his family and science. We see that Walter’s leads a meek life, working a second job at a car wash and shamefully polishing the wheels of one of his bratty students. His boss treats him pretty terribly without any respect. Then later we find out Walter White has terminal lung cancer. On a teacher’s salary he isn’t able to pay for treatment, nor help his family if he were to pass away. His brother-in-law and DEA agent, Hank Shrader (Dean Norris)takes him on a meth bust where Walter realizes how much money is involved in the meth business. Walter is also reintroduced to one of his former students, Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul), who refers to Walt as Mr. White throughout the entire series. Walter then also realizes he could do this. With his incredible knowledge of chemistry he could cook meth and make the money he needs to provide for his family. Cornering Jesse Pinkman for help, the two begin a relationship nobody could have dreamed up as having. Thus the beginning of an incredible story.

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As for Skyler, well Walter Jr. won't catch that generous windfall from the Schwartzes for another year or so, so she probably stared out her window smoking cigarettes for several lonely months. In an ironic twist, let's assume she got lung cancer and then BAM! She started cooking meth with Jesse because WHY NOT? , coming to AMC in 2015. In all seriousness, sheesh, I hope Walter Jr. accepts that money and they live out their lives as best they can. First step, move the hell out of Albuquerque and all the horrible memories. I hear Belize is nice this time of year!

From here things start to become depressing, even more then the first season where we see a man dying. At this point, Walt’s cancer has been in remission. You would think that now he has his money, and he isn’t sick, he would stop, right? NOPE! As he points out, he isn’t in the meth business, he is in the empire business. The last two seasons are unbelievably sad, not just with all the death happening, but with the transformation of Walter White, the chemistry teacher who broke bad. We see Walt become exceedingly greedy and manipulative. We see his family becoming more and more broken and distant. We see our beloved Jesse Pinkman breaking down and go into an almost comatose depression. The fifth and final season is where every character’s true colors come out. Even Mike Ehrmantraut, Gus’ badass right-hand man who continues to work with Walt and Jesse (even after Gus is murdered by Walt) begins to change. Everything begins to go downhill for the crew in this season, especially when Todd comes in the picture.